Wednesday, October 31, 2012

"I Killed Brian Terry"

Borderland Beat
Top photo from night of shooting

Manuel Osorio-Arellanes, one of the murderers of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, pled guilty to first degree murder in federal court in Tucson in exchange for prosecutors promising not to seek the death penalty.
Osorio-Arellanes, Jesus Rosario Favela-Astorga, Ivan Soto-Barraza, Heraclio Osorio-Arellanes and Lionel Portillo-Meza were charged with crimes including first degree murder, second degree murder, conspiracy to interfere with commerce by robbery, attempted interference with commerce by robbery, use and carrying a firearm during a crime of violence, assault on a federal officer and possession of a firearm by a prohibited person.
Osorio-Arellanes, Jesus Rosario Favela-Astorga, Ivan Soto-Barraza, Heraclio Osorio-Arellanes and Lionel Portillo-Meza killed Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry with guns from the U.S. government’s failed gun running scandal, Fast and Furious, during a firefight with the Border Patrol agents.
Osorio-Arellanes and the others had illegally entered the United States from Mexico for the purpose of robbing drug traffickers of their contraband. In addition to the murder of Agent Terry, the five defendants assaulted Border Patrol Agents William Castano, Gabriel Fragoza and Timothy Keller, who were with Agent Terry during the firefight.
Operation Fast and Furious contributed to the deaths of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and an unknown number of Mexican citizens. It also created an ongoing public safety hazard on both sides of the border. The failures happened because of conscious decisions to encourage gun dealers to sell to known traffickers and avoid interdicting those weapons or even questioning suspects, all in the hope that would lead law enforcement to cartel connections and a larger case, according to the U.S. House Oversight and Reform Committee.
Manuel Osorio-Arellanes has been in custody since his arrest the night of the shooting.
Source: Arizona Daily


  1. They beat him up so he can say something he dint do? Mexivo and u.s. arent so diferent after all the only diferense is that u.s. Keeps it in the down low lol

  2. So why is no one from the government getting prosecuted? If u knowingly rob sumone n your buddy kills that person in most if not all states u are as guilty as pulling the trigger. So what's the difference in this case when the DEA knew those guns were to kill ppl. C'mon sumbody fukin enlighten me! - WS903

  3. Gun walking never happened. That was debunked last summer. I'm amazed people still latch onto that.

  4. Haha confessed before or after the shit was kicked out of him by the Mexican CIA hahaha

  5. This is how it's down. With no death penelty as an incintive, they all fall and plead guilty. He will spend the rest of his life in a cozy "Super Max Prison", where he can't get out for ever, continue to do business and basically look at the walls till the day he dies. This is justice for Mexico. No wonder so many take a bullet instead.

  6. eric holder should be his cell mate

  7. Kill him narco style!

  8. ha ha ha ha his face looks just like Mexico's captures

  9. They should have sent in Zimmerman to finish him off

  10. RIP Brian terry... This guy got his ass beat so he can confessed or so he can blame himself... Not Mexico or the US really know who shot the agent.. this man is probably a scapegoat.. my opinion put in prison the person responsible for Fast and furious .. he's the real reason the agent is dead.. Eric holder ur a bitch, the least you can do is step down.. take responsibility for his crime and others for the guns , you allowed to cross over.. You my friend are an idiot

  11. jesus he had a great ass beating. his face looks so different when the swelling went down

    For Chivis good to see you back.

  12. "lito said...
    eric holder should be his cell mate"
    Jajajajajaja,and you talking to him?
    What a torture?

  13. US media is drawing heat to mexico... give them a stool pigeon to appease and shut them up.

  14. They kill one gringo and there's an uproar. Kill dozens of Mexicans and get lucky to get in the news. Fuck that. I don't care. Next story.

  15. you guys dont know a real ass whooping if yall think this is bad..............punks

  16. Reminds me of the song "I killed the sheriff"

    1. "Shot the sherriff"

  17. No way! Especially from those photos. No way those guys are scumbags. Clearly just hard working family men picked up and blamed. We must not be looking at the same pictures!

  18. "They kill one gringo and there's an uproar. Kill dozens of Mexicans and get lucky to get in the news"
    Listen to this guy?Its cause he a US citizen nob bits,why would they be arsed if a Mexican is killed in Mexico?Use your head,always with the whining?
    The poor poor me syndrome.Any country is gonna be concerned when one of their citizens is killed,especially law enforcement,but you don't see it that way no?You want to put a sinister slant on it?I wonder what that would be?

  19. "They kill one gringo and there's an uproar"
    Thats what they call"punishing the guilty"he killed a"gringo"and they got the guy.Wheres the problem?
    Do you want the US to be like Mexico,and the prick goes free?You whining cause they got the guy,and cause its"gringo"Fuckin idiots man,you are.Never get past this"gringo"shit?Its all in your fuckin minds!Fuckin grow up some time this century.

  20. You hate us,but whine when nothing gets mentioned on US news?You hate us,but whine when no help is forthcoming?You actively cheer when a"gringo"is killed?Fuckin sad man,sad.All for what?

  21. @10/31-10:18PM,
    It was the ATF that let the guns walk (F&F) not the have been enlightened!

    The correct title of the song is "I shot the Sheriff," dumbass...but hey what can we expect from a future inmate such as yourself.

  22. " The failures happened because of conscious decisions to encourage gun dealers to sell to known traffickers..."

    This is a lie. The ATF ORDERED dealers to sell guns to narco terrorists under threat.


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